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You can’t solely weigh your employee’s wage against our rates, however our staff gets more done in less time with better results - that’s why they’re professionals - and that makes them more economical and valuable.

There’s a myriad of expenses associated with labor and an employee’s rate of pay is only the beginning. You need to factor in the cost of payroll preparation, your company’s contribution to their payroll taxes, insurance and perhaps even vacation and benefits too. All those add up to a hefty hourly rate and we haven’t mentioned the intangibles yet.

In the absence of an employee, does the work not get done or does someone else fill in? If someone fills in, what else isn’t getting done? And when you need to replace that employee, who trains the new one and what isn’t getting done while they’re training? How did you find that new employee - a newspaper ad? That wasn’t free. This scenario is endless.

When you use the broader spectrum to more accurately weigh your options, it’s always more economical to use our services. We’re on the job everyday, no matter what, doing it better, faster and more economically than anyone else - period.

Exposed copper corrodes. It’s just an inherent property of that element. The Statue of Liberty wasn’t delivered to us looking as green around the gills, so to speak, as she does today. She was originally a shimmering tower of copper looking more like a brand new penny. But you have a few options.

Remove the corroded portion of wire and then some (all that’s exposed and even a little that isn’t). Strip off just enough insulation and reattach to your system. I should point out that this is just a temporary fix to a permanent problem. I would recommend that once you remove the corroded wire and expose new copper, get yourself some quality connectors to terminate the wire at both ends. Just make sure your connectors are compatible with your speakers and receiver terminals.

As for the back of your receiver, try using a pencil eraser to clean up those connectors. You can also use a cotton swab moistened with rubbing alcohol.

As an added bonus, after performing these procedures, your system will probably sound better.

Strictly dependant on environment and use, however vacuuming is not the only factor.

A home with 2 adults, 2 children and a pet for example, should have its carpeting vacuumed no less than 4 times per week. A business, even with a minimal amount of employees and customers, should have its carpet vacuumed everyday the business is open. You can’t possibly vacuum too much.

Equally important, if not more so, the carpet should be properly and professionally cleaned on a regular basis. Frequency for cleaning is again dependant on the amount of traffic a particular carpet sees. Typically, the carpet in your home should be cleaned once a year and the carpet at work should be cleaned at least twice a year.

Though somewhat more specific to residential carpet than commercial grade, rearranging furniture to change the traffic patterns will go a long way in maximizing your carpet’s life.

The short answer is that we’re driven by customer satisfaction and not the almighty dollar. That means we don’t limit our people to the amount of time they can spend cleaning as some other providers do. We do what needs to be done each day regardless of how much time it takes. In the end, that yields superior results and extremely satisfied customers.

We don’t use just one. And yes, they are the best, if used for the proper purpose.

One product is superior in preventing stains from topical spills like food and beverages. The other is superior in preventing stains from general dirt being ground in. And you can maximize the benefit of either of these treatments by blotting up spills as soon as you notice them and vacuuming frequently.

No such animal! It’s all about contrasting colors. Light colored carpeting easily shows all dark colored dirt, debris and spills. Conversely, dark colored carpeting easily shows all light colored debris and dust. However, sculpted carpeting in darker earth tone colors, such as medium to dark brown, usually provide the best camouflage for the widest range of dirt.

But if you really want to hide the dirt, pick out any color vacuum cleaner you like and use it frequently.

You must shop in one that uses CleanGuard™ services.

It’s no secret. Some grocery stores, especially the ones open 24 hours, use their third shift crews to stock shelves and maintain their floors – daily – usually involving stripping, waxing and propane-buffing several aisles a night. That’s very labor-intensive work for a daily routine and not very economical for most other businesses. However, not many other businesses see the amount of people a grocery store sees in a given day nor do they have the same amount of waxable floorspace therefore they don’t have the same floor maintenance requirements.

Your floor can look even better than a grocery store’s. Contact us.

You can’t.

A hard-as-nails finish wears very well, resists scuffing and requires little maintenance but it’s not terribly shiny. On the other hand, the shiny finish is softer, doesn’t wear all that well, scuffs and scratches easily and requires frequent attention to keep it looking its best. I’m guessing this is what that person was trying to convey, which is in fact, true.

However, what you may not have been told is that it’s possible to increase the positive and decrease the negative attributes of each of those finishes by high-speed buffing the floors after the finish cures. Using a burnisher or propane buffer for example, it’s possible to make the durable finish more durable and a lot shinier. Equally, it’s also possible to make the shiny finish shinier and a lot more durable. Thus, achieving the best of both worlds - long lasting shine!

Fret not. If you want us to come out and take care of it, we gladly will but if you need to do it yourselves, try this: Make sure those mopped areas are dry then take a clean, DRY paper towel and rub each mark. Presto! They’ll disappear like magic.

Absolutely not! Feather dusters do nothing but move dust and debris from one area to another. We use up to three methods of dust removal that contain the dust and dirt within the tools used in any given method.

For spot dusting, we use a treated, handheld duster that lifts the dust off the item being cleaned and keeps it locked within its fringe. During a more thorough dusting procedure, we’ll use color-coded microfiber cloths - one for dry dusting and another for damp wiping – both of which trap the dirt in their millions of tiny "fingers." So when CleanGuard™ removes the dust, it’s gone for good!

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